3rd CRAICC – PEEX Workshop:
The 3rd CRAICC - PEEX workshop will be held 24-25 August 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark
The topics of the workshop are:
- estimating consequences of climate change for the Arctic region on seas and shipping and effects of ship emissions on the environment and climate
- estimating frequency, spatio-temporal distribution and impact of extreme weather events on shipping traffic
- improving satellite monitoring and modelling of ice formation and movement in areas of the Arctic shipping routes
- developing approaches to environmental challenges due to possible increase in Arctic shipping
We invite all doing research in fields related to these topics to deliver a presentation at the workshop.
- Elizaveta Zabolotskikh, Satellite Oceanography Laboratory, Russian State Hydrometeorological University: Satellite microwave observations and investigations of Polar Lows in the Arctic.
- Jinping Zhao, Physical Oceanography Laboratory, Ocean University of China: Extremely low sea ice concentration in the central Arctic during the summer of 2010.
Thank you for active participation in the workshop. The workshop materials are available at corresponding links below.
- Booklet of the Workshop (version: 13 Aug 2015)
- Joint CRAICC-PEEX collaboration, research and educational activity
- List of the CRAICC-PEEX Workshops
- 3rd Workshop Announcement and Information
- Programme / Agenda of the workshop
- Tutorial: Arctic Amplification, Sea Ice Loss and Interactions with Lower Latitudes
- Abstracts of Presentations
- List of participants (affiliation and e-mail contact)
- Joint photo
- Brief summary of the Workshop
- Summary of results of discussions at the Workshop
- Oral presentations delivered during the Workshop (pdf-files)
P01 - Welcome from DMI - Ole Krarup Leth (Danish Meteorological Institute)
P02 - Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) from the System Understanding of the Arctic-boreal regions for scenarios and assessments of the Northern Pan-Eurasian environments – Hanna K. Lappalainen (University of Helsinki)
P03 - WMO Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) and World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) research for the Arctic – Alexander Baklanov (World Meteorological Organization)
P04 - Record low sea ice concentration in the central Arctic during the summer of 2010 – Jinping Zhao (Ocean University of China)
P05 - Satellite monitoring of Arctic sea ice – Leif Toudal Pedersen (Danish Meteorological Institute)
P06 - Satellite microwave observations and investigations of extreme events in the Arctic– Elizaveta Zabolotskikh (Russian State Hydrometeorological University)
P07 - Contribution of Arctic shipping to the atmospheric concentrations and deposition of pollutants in the Arctic – Jesper Heile Christensen (Aarhus University)
P08 - Organizations shaping Arctic future: studying organizational decisions to produce applied predictions – Aleksei Shcherbinin (University of Helsinki)
P09 - The connection between Southern ocean winds, meridional overturning and Indo-Pacific compensation– Markus Jochum (University of Copenhagen)
P10a - Climate modeling in the Arctic (Tutorial, Part I) – Peter Lang Langen (Danish Meteorological Institute)
P10b - Modeling and observations of sea ice (Tutorial, Part II) – Peter Lang Langen (Danish Meteorological Institute)
P11 - Ice service for ship traffic and oil exploration in ice covered areas – Nicolai Kliem (Danish Meteorological Institute)
P12 - How do we estimate the climate impact on the Arctic due to long range transported particles from shipping emissions? – Adam Kristensson (Lund University)
P13 - Earth System simulations of Arctic region in CRAICC – Risto Makkonen (University of Helsinki)
P14 - Ocean and sea ice modelling for Arctic shipping– Mads Hvid Ribergaard (Danish Meteorological Institute)
P15 - Sea ice research supporting safe and efficient shipping in the Arctic – Jari Haapala (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
P16 - Arctic shipping activities and possible consequences for the regional climate – Andreas Massling (Aarhus University)
P17 - Enviro-HIRLAM black carbon modelling for Northern Europe and Arctic – Alexander Kurganskiy (University of Copenhagen/ Russian State Hydrometeorological Institute)
BASIC WORKSHOP INFORMATION
August 24 (Monday) 9:00 to August 25 (Tuesday) 17:00.
Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Lyngbyvej 100, 2100 Copenhagen Ø.
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Please send registration to email@example.com by July 26, 2015.
No registration fee.
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